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Early Cretaceous tectonic transition and SW-ward basin migration in

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As the north-eastern margin of the North China Block, the Liaodong Peninsula has undergone multiple tectonic events during the Mesozoic, as well

8/18/2019

Early Palaeoproterozoic structural reconstitution of a suite of rocks

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The Palghat-Cauvery Shear Zone (PCSZ) of the Granulite Terrane of South India is perceived to be a late Neoproterozoic transcontinental shear

8/18/2019

Time-Dependent Behavior of a Near Trench Slow Slip Event at the

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Abstract Studying offshore slow-slip events (SSEs) along subduction zone interfaces is important for constraining the overall slip budget and

8/18/2019

Tracking the geochemical transition between the Kea-dominated

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Abstract For ~82 million years, the Hawaiian-Emperor chain volcanoes have sampled the Pacific mantle via the Hawaiian mantle plume, providing

8/18/2019

Paleomagnetism and paleosecular variations from the Plio-Pleistocene

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Abstract Statistical analysis of geomagnetic paleosecular variation (PSV) and time averaged field (TAF) has been largely based on global

8/18/2019

Weak Dust Activity Near a Geologically Young Surface Revealed by Chang

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Abstract In spite of great scientific and engineering interests in lunar exploration, natural dust activity near the Moon surface remains

8/17/2019

On negative sprites and the polarity paradox

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Abstract Energetic positive and negative cloud-to-ground flashes (CGs) are both capable of producing sprites. Negative CGs typically outnumber

8/17/2019

Enhancing Skill of Initialized Decadal Predictions using a Dynamic

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Abstract Since near-term predictions of present-day climate are controlled by both initial condition (IC) predictability and boundary condition

8/17/2019

Tropical sand cays as natural paleo-cyclone archives

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Abstract Sand cays are valuable paleo-archives that can significantly increase our understanding of Holocene tropical cyclone variability. Here

8/17/2019

Train traffic as a powerful noise source for monitoring active faults

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Abstract Laboratory experiments report that detectable seismic velocity changes should occur in the vicinity of fault zones prior to earthquakes.

8/17/2019

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